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Itron

www.itron.com HQ: Liberty Lake, WA NASDAQ: ITRI

An Itron employee said:

“Needs a strong CEO to clean it up or it will go broke soon”
“1. If you can join one of the cults in the company, not much work and easy paycheck. 2. Depending on your office you may run into good friendly colleagues too.” –
72 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.0 Employees say it's “OK”

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Philip Mezey
42% Approve

Arizona Public Service Company

www.aps.com HQ: Phoenix, AZ

An Arizona Public Service Company Anonymous said:

“Abysmal Management. Again.”
“Love my actual job duties. The variety is simply amazing. Work on hundreds of different pieces of equipment. Almost never boring, always challenging. We do have a few islands of impressive…” –
51 Reviews

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2.9 Employees say it's “OK”

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Arizona Public Service Company President and CEO; President and COO, Pinnacle West Don Brandt

Don Brandt
44% Approve

Dominion Resources

www.dom.com HQ: Richmond, VA NYSE: D

A Dominion Resources employee said:

“Stable place to work, but don't expect upward mobility.”
“Stability of job, work life balance. Working hours were usually reasonable. Benefits offered second to no other companies. Expectations reasonable.” –
56 Reviews

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3.5 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Dominion Resources Chairman, President, and CEO Thomas F. Farrell II

Thomas F. Farrell II
88% Approve

Sempra Energy

www.sempra.com HQ: San Diego, CA NYSE: SRE

A Sempra Energy employee said:

“Stable Company, great work enviornment”
“Interesting work, compensation is comparable to others in this type of work. Friendly people, comfortable work enviornment.” –
54 Reviews

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3.8 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Sempra Energy CEO Debra Reed

Debra Reed
95% Approve

TXU Energy

www.txu.com HQ: Rockdale, TX

A TXU Energy Manager said:

“Great employer, many opportunities”
“It is possible to move around a bit, the company is generally open to training you since the industry (retail electricity) is so small” –
54 Reviews

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3.2 Employees say it's “OK”

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TXU Energy Chairman & CEO Jim Burke

Jim Burke
78% Approve

PPL

www.pplweb.com HQ: Allentown, PA NYSE: PPL

A PPL Manager said:

“Good pay & benefits but older culture of top down management”
“Their pay & benefits are still good including their time-off policies. Large number of employees reaching retirement age so advancement opportunities should be on the rise.” –
48 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.8 Employees are “Satisfied”

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PPL Chairman, President and CEO William H. Spence

William H. Spence
89% Approve

SRP

www.srpnet.com HQ: Tempe, AZ

A SRP Senior Analyst said:

“Conservative”
“Mostly friendly work environment. Great benefits, including education. You can to get your degree, partially paid for by the company. There are also opportunities for advancement for those that…” –
44 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.8 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Mark Bonsall
91% Approve

CenterPoint Energy

www.centerpointenergy.com HQ: Houston, TX NYSE: CNP

A CenterPoint Energy Engineer said:

“Good company”
“Lots of friendly people to work with.” –
47 Reviews

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3.6 Employees are “Satisfied”

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CenterPoint Energy President, CEO, and Director David M. McClanahan

David M. McClanahan
90% Approve

Calpine

www.calpine.com HQ: Houston, TX NYSE: CPN

A Calpine Plant Engineering Intern said:

“Plant Engineering Intern”
“Laid back enviornment, Low stress job, flexible, great employees.” –
48 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.2 Employees say it's “OK”

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Calpine President, CEO, and Director Jack A. Fusco

Jack A. Fusco
67% Approve

Pepco Holdings

www.pepcoholdings.com HQ: Washington, DC NYSE: POM

A Pepco Holdings Revenue Analyst said:

“New Company with old, closed minded mid-level management with no desireable skills.”
“Good benefits and opportunity to create a desirable work-life balance (within the right departement).” –
42 Reviews

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3.1 Employees say it's “OK”

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Pepco Holdings President and CEO Joe Rigby

Joe Rigby
82% Approve